Craft Beer & Brewing - Nov 21, 2018
Top Three Small Breweries of 2018 - Dwinell Country Ales
“An incredibly ambitious brewery making mixed-fermentation beers” that are “complex yet delicate, and take advantage of the local fruit that grows in abundance around the valley.”
Yakima Herald - Oct 5, 2018
“For local breweries, collaborations provide opportunities to try something new, socialize with other brewers and, most importantly, help the craft brewing industry in the Yakima Valley up its game.”
The Thirsty Sasquatch - Sep 15, 2018
We can't believe we were voted the Best of the North Bank at the very first Thirsty Invitational with Homegrown, our tart peach wheat ale! Thanks to everyone who came out to sample and vote during North Bank Beer Week. If you want to find one of our beers in Vancouver, WA this year you know the place to go - The Thirsty Sasquatch!
Brewpublic - Aug 1, 2018
“Brewing on a 7-barrel brewhouse, Dwinell Country Ales produces farmhouse-style ales in the heart of Goldendale. It operates a family-friendly tasting room that showcases its saison-inspired, mixed-culture beers, delicately hopped rustic ales, and wild ales fermented with native yeast and local fruit. Cheers to your first anniversary!”
The Stranger - July 30, 2018
“Fear not, there is plenty of great Washington beer brewed outside of Seattle. Here are six breweries that are worthy destinations in their own right and certainly worth visiting the next time you leave the Seattle metropolitan area.”
The New School - June 1, 2015
“This event serves as an annual Portland Beer Week spotlight for new brewers not just from the city, but from across the state and region.”
Yakima Valley Hops - May 24, 2018
“And we're back with Hannah as she talks with Justin and Jocelyn Leigh from Dwinell Country Ales. Kimchi beer? That's a thing! Listen and learn about a bunch of other fun stuff too!”
Yakima Valley Hops - April 7, 2018
Justin and Jocelyn Leigh from Dwinell Country Ales come share their beers with Hannah and chat about a bunch of stuff including:
1. What it's like starting a new brewery.
2. Some of the goofy recipes they've brewed.
3. The power of beer names and styles.
Brewpublic - Sep 28, 2017
“With spanning views of Mt. Hood and located just 100 miles east of Portland, the small agricultural town of Goldendale, Washington now has its very own brewery.”